systemic constellations

Ubuntu – A Force for Living Together

Posted on: 25th April 2022

I first heard about Ubuntu in 1991. At the time, I was aware of the need for creating things that bring people together, the spirit of Ubuntu embodied this. I loved the concept so much that I named my first business Ubuntu. Since that time, I have travelled a long road, living and working in...
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Will The Next Pandemic Be Crisis Fatigue?

Posted on: 17th September 2021

Living without agency depletes your life force. 2020 began with a pop that fizzled and went bang within a few short weeks as an unprecedented surge of new cascading traumas set in motion. The Covid 19 pandemic, economic recession, racial trauma, social unrest and weather-related disasters swept across the world. The mental health consequences of...
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Create Success

Posted on: 7th November 2018

Before reaching the age of 6 our brain is in a perpetual Theta state, which means that whatever we hear and experience during this time is taken in at the deep level of the subconscious mind. We are literally being programmed in ways that will influence the outcomes of our lives. Belonging, loyalties in love,...
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How our past lives in our present.

Posted on: 10th August 2016

“You live through that little piece of time that is yours, but that piece of time is not only your life, it is the summing-up of all the other lives that are simultaneous with yours… What you are is an expression of history.” – Robert Penn Warren, World Enough and Time You are more than...
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Thich Nhat Hanh: Our Ancestors

Posted on: 28th February 2015

In this video Thich Nhat Hanh explains how we always have access to our ancestors through the practice of meditation and mindfulness in the present moment. Despite his insights being rooted in Buddhism, his vision is deeply complementary to systemic views on children’s connection to parents. [youtube=http://youtu.be/pdodGeRNjt0]
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